History/Folk

Preserving and exhibiting historical items that are over 100 years old

Meitetsu Memorial Museum

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The Meitetsu Memorial Museum was established in June 1994 to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Meitetsu (Nagoya Railroad). Meitetsu was founded in 1894 with the Aichi horse tramway, and many valuable materials representing more than 100 years of the company’s history are preserved and exhibited in the Museum. The first exhibition room presents written materials, railway guide maps and tickets, as well as a reference corner. The second exhibition room shows machines used at stations, for vehicles and constructions, as well as presenting a railway layout where visitors can drive a train.

Access Express train from Nagoya Station (platform 1) to Inuyama Station on the Meitetsu – Shin-unuma direction (approx. 26 mins), From Inuyama Station to Nihon Line Imawatari Station on the Meitetsu Hiromi Line – Shinkani direction (approx. 16 mins, 770 yen in total), approx. 20–minute walk from Nihon Line Imawatari Station (A guide map is available at the station.)
Opening hours 10:00-17:00
Admission fees Free of charge
Closed Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, Year-end and New Year holidays
Time of tour(s) Approx.40 mins
Address 2-158 Kawaikita,Kani City
TEL 0574-61-0831
H P http://www.meitetsu.co.jp/shiryokan/index.html(Japanese)
Remarks Advance booking required

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